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February 25,1898 



CANADA. 



Smallpox in Quebec. 

Montreal, February 16, 1898. 
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vious to its diagnosis. 
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Tours, respectfully, Elzear Pelletier, 

Secretary Board of Health of the Province of Quebec. 

CUBA. 

Smallpox and yellow fever in Cuban seaports. 

February 16: The United States consul at Cardenas reports that 
during the week ended February 12, there was in that city no death 
from yellow fever and no death from smallpox. 

February 14: The United States consul at Cienfuegos reports that 
during the week ended February 13, there were in that city no deaths 
from yellow fever and 14 deaths from smallpox. 

February 18: The United States sanitary inspector at Habana reports 
that during the week ended February 17 there were in that city 1 death 
from yellow fever and 12 deaths from smallpox. 

February 6 : The United States consul at Manzanillo reports that 
during the two weeks ended January 31 there were in that city 4 deaths 
from yellow fever and no deaths from smallpox. 

February 11 : The United States consul ab Matanzas reports that dur- 
ing the two weeks ended February 9 there were in that city 4 deaths 
from smallpox and no deaths from yellow fever. 

February 18 : The United States sanitary inspector at Habana reports 
that during the week ended February 17 there was in the city of Eegla 
no death from yellow fever and no death from smallpox. 

February 14 : The United States consul at Sagua la Grande reports 
that during the week ended February 12 there were in that city 80 cases 
of smallpox and 15 deaths therefrom, and several cases of yellow fever, 
concerning which it is impossible to obtain correct statistics. 

February 12 : The United States consul at Santiago de Cuba reports 
that during the week ended February 12 there were in that city no 
deaths from yellow fever and no deaths from smallpox. 
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